want that. i this i there were so many opportunities, including that one, where the president, for some reason, backed off on counterpunching. and if i were his folks, his ringmen and women, i'd put him back in, say, you need to practice this, because it goes this way in the next debate, you're fixing to lose. >> and so many reports that the president doesn't like this, but one perfect example, and you were noting it, mitt romney, i think, five times, talked about $716 billion in medicare cuts -- >> and the president didn't fight back on that. that was -- i think it was because he was addressing, you know, other things -- >> all five times? >> he didn't respond on that. yes, i mean, remember what the context was. the thing, i think it will, the strongest moment for the president is when he said, look, i'm going after the tax plan you outlined and now you say that's not your plan and you say you're going to get rid of dodd-frank, going to get rid of this and replace it. what are the secret plans that you have that you're going to replace it with? i think that will actually come back to haunt romney.